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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
Muycr-N. 1). Thitlevood.
Treaurer Edward Dezouiu.
Clerk bcunU. J. Foley.
:oi;i'. -lor Wm. U. Olfliert.
Murbiil J. L Lulitie.
I'ollcc JUginrulo J. J. Bird.
. ., , ?,'.)A,'D or ALDKIUIK. . .
Hint ttard-W in. O'Calhban. M. J. Howler
Second ard-Duvid T. Lliieur, C. It. Wood
ward. Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Etlcrt Smith.
Kourt h nrd-Clinrle O. Fatkr. Junius KynnMou
lith W urd-T. V. HalUday, Erucit I). I't-ttll.
Circuit J::!2f-0. A. H irk-T.
C iruilt Clerk J. A. Kuw.
County J u!tf-.H. 8. Yocura.
County Ckrk-S. J. Httmm.
Coui.ty Attortwy-W. C. M'-.'k'-y.
Count v Tr''aurer A. J. A'dn.
Sherhf John llodicc.
Orou r-U. Yiitimmi.
- Cnut.ty Ciiinnilmoncrn-T. W. liallldiiy. M. V
Brown. S imuel Brliey.
t i.it. a m. E.-Fo'irtecnih Mrwt
W'uluu'. tud CcdtrHruutr. scrvic- bnLbath 11
a. t.:. and 7 : V p. m. ; Sunday school 1 : p. in.
CIICISTIA; Kittlitt-cntb treet: meeting SiA
) lath lo:w p. ia.; iirejchiunoccaidoiiuliy.
"IIU'RCII OK THE REDEEMER Eiileoim!)
J Fourteenth trcet; Morniu!; prayer iniMuuIj)
h'-.'Vt u. in.; fvcnlUi; prayer, t:i p.m.; abbutb
echool V a ni.
yiRST MISSIONARY RA1TIST cuirch.-
l I'rescmr.',' at Jii::.i ii. m.,3 u. m., and 7:3" I. rn.
raii.atu cnooi at 7..W p. m
Rev. T. J. Shores,
1 rniKKAN-Thlrti-enta utrt-ct
XJ liiiiL 11 u. n-i
Ei.'hth and Wu'.nut treets:
prayer meetine,, Wedi:edi,y 7 :J p. rn.
School. 9 a. ui. Rer. Whittukcr, pu.tor.
)HES15YTEi:iAX-E!:-utb :reet: prcuchit.1! on
ciK.'tlni: Weduenluy at 7 -9) p.m.; huuday School
ut ,i p. m. uev. ii. . itt.'orifv. puftor.
. C ECOND FREEWILL Ii.!TI.T - Fift..-;Lth
O urt-. ;. between Wnli. ut and Ccdur Mrett; er
vlu baVjuth at i and 7 :.V p. m.
ST. JOEI'H'S-(Iom.iu Catholic) Corner Cro
and Wiiln-.u tree!; nrvice S'ilatj V):sl.
in. ; Sunday M hwil tit 2 p. ia. ; Wpcra 3 p. ci. ; sir
Tictf tvi ry dny at p. ni.
CT. I'ATIIK K S- Human (V.holic) Corm-r Sisth
O 'rii.'t a-.d Wa'biULtun aveu'lu; nn1ci buf
ath t and . ) a. m ; Vin-r 5 p. n.; Sr.udar Schoul
S)i m.; it.H '.' Mi-ry day s j. ta. licv. f". Zalw'.,
CAIRO CIT FfWlY CO.
THREE Js&i STATES.
On and tf'vr Mot.da) . Jute M. tbt l.oat ill L;..kc
iru- (oilon t-ip:
Fxit Fvufi t. Mioari Lund'i
7 a, ra.
r n .
11 a. in
J p. m.
Vi p. El.
S a. n.
1" a a..
i p. rn.
) p. K.
M:',i u. ni.
1 ! : 1 a . in
V!: Vi ; . m.
r.i." p. m.
v-s t a. in
5::' p in.
l'i a. m
4 p. 111.
I (JAIRO cfc ST. LOL'LS R. R.
II. W. SMITlIKlirt. HfHeivor.
S1I0HTEST SHOUT LINE IJETWEEN
CAIRO A XI) ST. LOUIS.
Time Sst heiUilo:
I Tbrmiub Exprci li-aven Cairo
Tbruiikth Exprm nrrl vih t E. bt Loui
Tbrqiittli Expri'm Iciivm E. St. Lou.
Tl.rouL'n Y.:iri arrive" ut t'uirn
I') a m.
Miirpby!ri accommodation IfavmCairolJ '.'S p m.
Mii'plij'ijro Arc :irriv. at MurpbyoWo p.w.
.nirpu"oro A'.c. kiiu- .Mi:rpiiyDoro 1:I:i.m.
Murpl.)lioro Aoc. nrr;vn ut Cairo ID ira ni.
The Cairo i SV Lnii Kail Uoad l tbe only all
Kail lioutu U'wi-m Cniro and St. Louie under one
mauat'emeat. tlicreforo tbcrv Kre no dclavn ut
ny etntiiin uwuitiuv counectlonf from other linej.
Clone htid mre coi:ni ctloti ut St Lotiix witli other
linen for North. E:it and West.
.1 A. NAl't!.E. L. M. JOHNSON.
A.' l.t Cienerill Slauafit.
CAIRO ic VIXCENXES R. R.
ttl AriTFWTHE SIIOKTEST KOL'TE TO
17ArnVsjTIIK SUOHTEST TO LOflS
i( Mllj&n VII.I.E. CINCINNATI, UAL
TI.MOKE AND WASHINGTON.
V-M AI TT PC THE SHORTEST TO INIMAN
y)k lUlUEiO Al'OI.ls.l'IIII.ADEI.rillA.NEW
YOKK AND BOSTON
Our tmlun of all other routei makiup the earac
fif Piiiifeiicer by other routed to miiko conuec.
tiou niuit ride all tilL'ht. wnltltiu' from one to nix
hour nt email country ctntlons for tnitiiK of ecu
. si.ectlns roads'.
I? V1V Ar V 1? Til E FACT and take our 4 :4S
lVLUIjAUD-Tinu, m, trnln, reacblni-Evntif.
Ylllc, Imllntiuym!!. Cincinnati and I.oulcMUe canie
duv. Truini" leave und nrrlvc at Cairo in follow :
Willi leavee i-Afi a.m.
Mull iirrive KCtKlp.m.
Through tlcketit and chuck to nil Important
I I. A. SI1LLK11 HOSMiJLL JUI.l.EK.
Uun'I l'n'H. A'.'i'til. (Jeneral Stip't.
L. 11. CHUKCII. PanecDRcr Agent.
.iKfHR IJINKLK, N. 1). TlllHTLKWOon, J. II. JIoollB
Fanner's Tobacco 'Warehouse
CAIRO II Aj.
Of Mlicfnl Advancnmonla madu on Connlun
niunto of Tobacco, Flour, and drain.
CirAi:. nt for Gear, Bcott Co. throthlta tn
chlnet, tiortahlo nw mill and throchmn iinnlne,
Airent lorunampion uiuveitinu macbinei. tnowori
inn reapon. ,
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Proprietor.
Of all JDeseriiitioiis at Lowest Price?,
To Ol der on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads, 5 and f! Pound.
l'.ill Heads, H and in Pound.
Statements, R and ( Pound,
Hills Ladinj?, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1879.
IS YOl'It UI.OOD Pl'KE?
Now tliU U an Important iietlon, for without
;mre and wholenomi) blood tbere call he no per'
ie.ct health, and without
.Ifo U a mere htirden and waste. For Impure
.lood the beet medicine known is
Scovill's Rlood Purifier.
It in the trreat. Southern time tried iind true rem
dy, and may be Implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take It In the Spring time, especially for Im
pure ecrettou of thu blood miider-t to that
annonof the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complaint', I Wcr,k
:ien. Uoil. TiimorH. SwellinL'i'. and the thou
sand lilt that come from impure blood.
JOHN F. HENRY, CTRRAN & CO.
S COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
i) BARCLAY BROS.. Wholesale Aeeul.
KITUAI. All snriETY'.
A SUBSTITl'TE FOR LIFE LVSUE
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Orjunlztd July Uth. 11177, Under the Lawsot
the suite of Illinois. CoptTiuhted July
ft, 187", under Art of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, PKE-mtNT.
Mu. P. A. TAYLOR. - Vice-PuksU'ENT.
J. A. GOLDSTINE, - TaEASiT.Eit.
Dr.. J. J. GORDON, . - .Ved. ADnson.
THOMAS LEWIS. Sechetarv.
EOAUD OK MANAGERS :
.I.J GORDON. Phv;rian.
:r. P. A. TAYLOR. Superintendent of
.""cno-jic Aiexiiufier bounty
tr. E. C. R'KI), Variety Bracket Store,
J. A. LOLDsTINE. of (ioidMine A- lio-
enwater. Wu!cale and Retail Dealers
In Stap'f and Fence Dry Goody
N. B. THISTLE WOOD, ol HiLkle i
Thi.-tiewood. ConniiMion MercLacte,
Cotton end Tobacco Factor
S I). AYEhS. nf Aycrs Co., Commi-
THOMAS LEWIS. Insurance. Manager
aiidAttomev at Law
WM. STRATTON, of Stratum k Bird,
GEO. M. AI.DEN, Coram'.caion Mer-
char.t. T Ohio Levee
JAS S. KEARDEN. Ai-ent M;-Uippi
Va'.lev Tn,nportation Corripanv.
HARRISON IIOL'PT. Watchmaker and
C1IAS. R STfAl'.T. Whuiejale ;md Re
tail Drv Good and Notion
EDWALb A. Bt'DEK. Mai::ifac":rh:i;
Jeivr and Whole-s''. Dealer ia
Wat.-ir.ker' TW an:! Materials....
EDWIN K. EGNEW, Iroprletor St
Chsr'.e Hotel. .
IIAZEN LEIGlIToN, Comn::.-ion Mer-
Dr. EDWAK1) It. lioE. V. S. Marshal
Southern District Illinois
Mrs S. A. AYERS
Dr. If S 1J1UGHAM. Phvsician
IAS M. GELATT, 'Real
. ilia liuiLV.
. Indiunapoli, Ind
Rev. DAVID C
Grand Junction. T.-rm.
J. R Gl'LLEY Merchant
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty
o f v i c k :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
H W M
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
EIGHT STREET, .
Between 'Wnahlnstpn and Com
merelnlAv., ftiliolnlnjj Hnnnyi,
K iml,0u ,ale the ,,Mt Bot,l. Pofk, Mutton, Val,
fmiii.?i Battw c, and U prepared toorv
ramllie In an acceptabln manner.
Hayi i a Boskn physician, "ha no equal a a blood
purltier. Hearing r mmiv um ,l, .r,.i r.
terall ollut remedle had fulled. I vl.ttedllie liih-
raiury, unu convlnceU mytelf or It genuine merit.
I'1, ("I'-'Pand from barks, root and herb", each of
which u hifiliiy ctb ctlve, and thev are compounded
in tich a manner in to uroducu ii'stoiilshlnp rcBii'.t.
I thr ureal V.ood purlllcr.
Will cure the vurt cut of Scrofula.
lit recommend, d by physician and apothetarle.
lla rn.'cted tome marvelous cure In ce of
Meet" with wonderf jl 'icces In Me5ur:al dleae
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the sy-teui.
Remove Hrr.plee and Hv.aor from the nice.
Cure Constipation and regulate the bowel.
Is a valuable retntdy for H'.'adaclie.
Will cure Dyfpepfia.
Restore the entiro system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizziness.
Relieve Faintne! at the stomach.
Cure Pains In the Back.
Effectually cure Kidney Complaint.
Is effective in its cure of Female Weaknesses.
Is the ercat reracny for General De'iilily.
! THE BEST
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetiue is Sold By all Drusijists,
JEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I
C. O. PATIEIi & CO.
FLOUR, (i RAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiirliest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Wholesale and Relull
Dry Goods and Clothim
BOOTH AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS,
urn at i
i m l - i m i mm
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, July 1,2:00 p. m. Wlicat
Steady Winter, 8s Dd0s 5'.1; Spring,
73 -ldGSs 3d: California. 7s idast Cd:
California average, 8s GdfOs 3d; Cal
ifornia club, Oa SJQfjg CJ. Cora new
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, July 1, 12:01 p.m.-Wheat
nominal No. 2 Chicago, $1 171 17; No.
Milwaukee, .1 17; Red Winter, $1 10
1 18; No. 2 Red Winter, 1 17; No. 2
Amber, $1 10. Corn quiet Steamer,
43;Xo. 2, 43&.
CrtIC00 OHAtX AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, July 1, 10:00 a.m. Wheat
July, 07; August, 02 . Tcrk-July,
J5 August, 9 02. Coni July,
'Will AiiL'tist, 37.
Oats July, 32'
3V(; Au-ust, 2$.
CincAGO, July 1, 11 a. m. Pork -July,
August, $'.) 07G9 03. Corn-
July, 30; August, Outs July, 33;
August, 2S. Wheat-July, !)7?3'; Au
CniCAoo, July 1, 12:00 m. Pork July,
?0 83; August, 0 03. Corn July, 30;
August, 37. Wheat July, 07 ; August,
03$. Oats-July, 32;6; August, SSOJg.
A TREMENDOUS ONSLxVUGIIT.
The array of damaging facts that have
been brought to bear against the man
agement of the Southern Illinois Normal
scnool, will bring about a reconstruction
and reorganization of the school, or result
in its complete overthrow and ruin.
Although living within two hours' ride
ot that institution, wcconfe?3 that we have
been blind to its faults, except in the par
ticiilars that wc believed the management
to be sectarian, and knew it to be intoler
antly partisan. But these great faults form
but two counts in an indictmeut that fairly
appalls the reader by the number and char
acter of its most damaging allegations.
The people of Carbondale and Jackson
county could not have been driven into
their present attitude of hostility to the
institution, had it not wholly failed to meet
public expectation, and given out proofs
of wilful and ignorant mismanagement too
glaring and monstrous to be overlooked
or longer tolerated. Jackson county felt a
pride in the school, and reasonably antici
pated that its influence would serve as a
powerful aid in the work of upbuilding the
material as well as the educational, moral
and social interests of Jackson county.
After tlie lapse of live years the people
find that instead of serving as such a pro
moter of the public weal, the institution
has operated as a serious and unbearable-draw-back.
And now, though reluctantly
proclaiming the failure of the school and
the consequence general disappointment,
the people of Carbondale, of Jackson coun-
ty indeed ot Southern Illinois, demand
witlitxtraordinary unanimity, that the man
agement of the institution be put in other
and entirely di liferent hands.'
A most damning charge against the
management is that it has organized itself
into a ''ring" that has prescribed religious
social, business nnd' political limits, bey
ond which are the enemies, and within
which are the friends. What we desire
to say, in this behalf, is given below in the
language of a pronunt ianiento put forth by
the committee that has in charge the work
of reform that is regarded essential to the
school's continued existence.
"As soon as the ring could learu the
names ot the men cngngeil in the effort to
reconstruct the Normal, its leaders began a
course of browbeating und intimidation
that can be best described by calling it
"bulldozing." They went to some of these
persons ami told them that they would be
injured in their business and in their pros
pects if they persisted In what they regard
ed as right as a duty they owe to the pub
lic good and their own persona!
interests. They were told that "a
blow at the Normal was a blow at the Meth
odist Church, and a blow at the Methodist
Church was a blow at the Republican party;
that the Methodist Church controls the Re
publican party in Illinois or at least in
Southern Illinois; that the influence of the
Methodist Church would be exerted to the
utmost against every man who supported
the movement to reconstruct the Normal."
Here wc have another evidence of the in
sincerity of the statement of Mr.
Robarts in his circular, that the or
gauizatiou ol the Normal is unsectarian.
A blow at the present management of tho
Normal would not bo regarded as a blow
at the Methodist Church unless that church
was the management. Tho influence of
the Methodist Church would not bo threat
ened by men trying to change tho present
management nf the Normal unless the
Methodist Church were the present man
agement of tho Normal.
Members ot the nnif began to work
against the business and prospects of men
who had signed tho circular. In other
cases, they tried to cajole men by trading
with them and by otters of business and
positions. For years this course has been
pumiod, and men who would not bow tho
knee to tho ring, liavo been ostracized, po
litically, socially, and in business. So far
lias thiscono that men have attached them
fclves to this ring, hoping, by being part of
it, to secure part of what it thus Insolently
monopolized, when they wcro utterly op
NEW SERIES NO. 5.
posed to it. Men have acted the hypocrite
in religion for the same purpose. Some of
the most distrusting hvnocmv ha bpnn
acted for such selfish nurnoses. Men
who have dared to act In ftc-
ci.rdance with the dictates ot their judg
ment nave, witmn a tew clays, been de
nounced as "drunkards," "gamblers," "re
formed drunkard," etc. Such is the reply
of men who have usurped control of a State
school, to a courteous statement of tacts.
If the drunkards are reformed, it is more
than can be 6aid of some who aro assailing
them. It the charges were true, the per
sons assailed would Ijc no worse than some
who support the ring, and are members of.
11. 1 ney are better in tins particular at
least : they do not desecrate the cause of
Christianity or a profession of religion by n
hypocritical pretense to be what they are
not. Some of their assailants arc sruiltv of
all they charge on others, and add to this
a hypocritical pretense of religion, and use
religion as a cloak for misconduct, and the
church as a tool to accomplish their selfish
But "a blow at the Normal is a blow at
the M. E. c'hi'rch." A blow at the present
management of tho Normal is cot a blow
at the M. h. church tin ess tho M. E.
church has usurped control of what it has
no right to control. If the Metho.1i.it
is in its place an attempt to render the
Normal u non-scctarion school will not hit
the church; Why do not tho other church
clamor, and run around, and threaten, and
eumpwint uecause trie Methodist church
contesses that it has usumed control of
what belongs to all parties, and now at- .
tempts to bulldoze men out of an attempt
to depose the usurper.
"A blow at the Methodist Church is a
blow at the Republican party." Not un
less 1110 jictnouist Church lias seized what
it has no riyht to control, and has become
a political machine. If the Methodist
Church controls the Republican party, then
ine pany should sink out ot sight; or it
should depose the usurper. Said a promi
nent Republican, "The Methodist Church
has maneuvered to secure nearly all the
general government appointments in South
ern Illinois; nearly all the places in the
Asylum at Anna; the Normal at Carbon
dale, and the Penitentiary at Chester. It
has maneuvred to secure three or four times
as many general government and State ap
pointments throughout the State, in pro
portion to numbers, as any other church.
This must be changed, or the party will be
sink tinder the load." The assertions and.
efforts made in Carbondale during the last
three months, justify the remark.
1 ne time, lias come when men should
cast off their necks this ring, which has
rode Carbondale, as the Old Man of the
Sea rode Sinbad. A rebuke should be ad
ministered to this insolent dictation that
threatens men, and ostracizes them socially,
and in business and politically, unless they
will act tho hypocrite and join them, or act
at their beck and nod. this attempt to
confine business to a certain clique should
be broken up, and let each man stand on
his merits, and be free to act as his judg
ment dictates, without persecution or ostra
cism. Have not tax-payers a right to try
and change the management ot an institu
tion they are ta.v.-d to support,, when, they
think such management wrong anl
injurious? If they believe' that
such management has perverted the school
and prevented its being a benefit to them,
and made it a burden that tlirenrpna t,i
bankrupt them, have not they a right to at
tempt a change '! Or, arc they only free ti
pay taxes to support a ring that misman
ages the school und ruins it, until they can
do so no longer, and then go into bank
ruptcy? Said a gentleman who signed the circular:
"I feel as if I was signing a Declaration of
Independence." Will the Republican party
of Carbondale and vicinity rebuke this in
solent dictation? Will they labor to
bring about a time when neither
ring, nor clique, nor one church, nor all
churches, will domineer over society, and
public efforts and movements? when all will
be free to act as conscience dictates, and
all will stand on their merits, and men no
longer play the hypocrito to curry favor
with a clique?"
Persons of sedentary habits, and over
worked, find in Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills
a specific for want of appetite, palpitation,
debility, constipation, and many other ail
ments. At all druggists. v Price 23 cents.
Horace Waters, 40 East 14th St.. New
York, is on his legs again," said a wag to
a piano man the other day; "how is that,"
said the piano man? tho wag answered,
why, a few weeks ago Walters used to ride
but now he walks; is ho not on his legs
again? the piano man .stared at tho wag for
a moment, and said, "I see the pint" and
skeeihuleled." The wag was right in
more senses than one, for Waters is on his
legs again with his "Great Offer." Successs
Don't Us Deceived. Many persons say
'I haven't got tho Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Do they not know
to Consumption and
that Coughs lead
remedy that will euro Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Prico
10 eta. 50 cts. and $1.00, per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, uso Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with tho Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gea
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sj tem Vitalizer which wo sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Prico
10 cts. and 73 cts. For salo by Barclay
"IlACKMKTACKn a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Jacloon's best Sweet Nvy To-
1 V. ;.